Losing a home to foreclosure is a frightening and stressful experience. You wonder if your credit will be ruined and how you’ll find another place for you and your family to live. You may feel embarrassed about your situation. Unfortunately, in Florida, home foreclosures are all too common. But it doesn’t have to happen to you. Even before you are formally served with a foreclosure notice, there are things you can do to potentially stop the process. If you have already been served, you still may be able to keep your home. But it is usually crucial at this point to get the assistance of a skilled and aggressive foreclosure attorney.
Carlos M. Amor is an experienced foreclosure attorney who has successfully helped many others. He will strategize a path forward and stand up for your rights. Call our law firm today at (954) 453-7200 to arrange a consultation so we can learn about your situation. For our clients’ convenience, our office offers free consults, by phone, via video meeting or in person.
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Lenders can’t simply put padlocks on your doors and throw you out when you haven’t paid the mortgage. Under federal consumer protection law in most cases, they must wait until you have missed payments for at least 120 days before they can begin to foreclose. And before that time is up, they must inform you about possible loss mitigation opportunities to keep your home, or give up the home without foreclosure, depending on your situations and goals. These include loan modifications, repayment plans, short sales, and other options.
Carlos M. Amor is an experienced Florida foreclosure lawyer, skilled at negotiating with lenders to protect homeowners. Call our office now to discuss possible loss mitigation options for your circumstances and how we can help you.